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Powered by Audioscrobbler™There are multiple groups going by the name of "Pulse".

1. The first produces minimalist techno which is primarily uptempo electronic sounds. Their album Surface Tensions (Eye Q Records, 1995) is credited to T. Eckart and DJ Good Groove, whose real names are Tommi Eckart and Klaus Löschner. Their song Cariño (Silencio) appeared on Trance Europe Express 3 and has been remixed on numerous compilations.

2. A collaboration between Steve Jansen (Japan) and Yukihiro Takahashi (YMO).

3. A South Shore of Massachusetts alternative rock band formed in early 2010. Released their debut EP Pulse - EP to digital music outlets such as iTunes and AmazonMP3 in Mid-March 2010

4. Pulse is a Lebanese garage rock band from Beirut. Created in 2009, they recorded they first demo track "The Train Lady" and "Sorry Town" in January 2010.

5. A rock band from Sydney, Nova Scotia

6. A Hard Rock band from D/FW. Comprised of veterans in the Dallas music scene. Featuring ex-members of the defunct North Texas mod-rock outfits Lift, Reverent, Trial X Stone, and Eerie Ln with huge guitars giving way to verses driven by monster rhythms and, during the choruses, walls of sound, everything tight and occasionally thrashy. The hooks are powerful, the vocals meaningful and the performances memorable.

7. From New Haven, Connecticut, The Pulse evolved out of The Bram Rigg Set and The Shags, and were originally known as The Pulse Of Burritt Bradley. The track, Burritt Bradley, is a surreal slice of psychedelic madness, which can also be found on the Beyond The Calico Wall (LP & CD) compilation. By contrast, their album is a furious heavy rock affair and rated highly by some collectors. Tommy Violante left in 1969, although the band soldiered on until '72, playing mostly rehashed Cream-type stuff."

8. Techno space metal from Linz Austria https://soundcloud.com/pulse-35

9. War Metal made for vendettas with Laurent on guitar, Jeroen as their vocalist, Lawrence on bass and Willem on drums. Fresh Metallic Hardcore straight outta' Belgium. Download their Demo here: https://pulsehc.bandcamp.com/
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